Level Up Your Action:
Unlearning the harmful internalized characteristics of oppression and (un)learning how to listen
Monday, October 18
Free and open to the public
This workshop seeks to engage with truths in a system that causes harm, while building a toolbox for gracious and proactive listening to self, community, and system using simulation.
Jhoni Ada is passionate about the intersectionality of green communities, sustainability, business, and technology, particularly in the age of climate change. In this period, she strongly believes that leadership is an expression that should be rigorously cultivated in all our communities. Jhoni graduated with a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership and studied Digital Media & Design and Business at the University of Connecticut — Go Huskies!. When she isn’t tackling-larger-than-life concepts, ideas, and systems, she works as a lead organizer with the Sierra Club to save a 422 acre forest located in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Sponsored by Wesleyan Sustainability Office, Resource Center, and Jewett Center for Community Partnerships.